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RCI Technologies gets approval for diesel fuel purifiers

The American Bureau of Shipping revalidated its ABS Type Approval for RCI Technologies' patented diesel fuel purifiers.

Under its voluntary program, the bureau certifies that manufacturers around the world are capable of consistently producing a product in compliance with specifications. Each product is reviewed and extensively tested to verify its quality and its safe, reliable performance in the marine and offshore environment.

"This certification offers further assurance and peace of mind to our marine users whose vessels depend on clean fuel," RCI communications specialist Natalie Avalos said in a statement. "We are proud to provide a reliable, high-quality, 'green' product made in the USA."

RCI offers a complete line of diesel fuel purification products, which are suitable for marine, industrial, trucking and bus applications.

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